ThreatSTOP Wins San Diego Cybersecurity Award
Company’s Real-time IP Reputation-based Network Defense Service Wins Award Sponsored by San Diego Business Journal
ThreatSTOP, the leading provider of real-time IP Reputation-based network defense service, announced today that it has won San Diego Business Journal’s First Annual Cybersecurity Awards for innovation. The awards are based on a variety of criteria including innovation, market acceptance and magnitude of the problem solved. The awards were given to leading organizations in several categories, with 51 finalists. Aside from ThreatSTOP, the winners included Science Application International Corp (SAIC), San Diego Gas & Electric (SDGE), and the San Diego Police Department (SDPD).
“I am obviously very proud to have ThreatSTOP recognized for its contribution to solutions to the ever growing network security problem,” said Tom Byrnes, founder and CEO of ThreatSTOP. “This shows that we are an emerging leader in the information security market with an innovative solution. I also want to recognize our very dedicated and talented technical team that made this award possible for us.”
Since its general release in the summer of 2010, ThreatSTOP is gaining increasing market adoption by a wide variety of customers internationally, including: universities, government agencies, energy companies and engineering firms.
ThreatSTOP is the leading provider of real-time IP reputation-based network defense service that enables firewalls to block both incoming malware attacks as well as outbound “call homes” to command and control botnets. Updated in real-time and automatically distributed via DNS to firewalls every two hours, ThreatSTOP delivers actionable threat intelligence to enable proactive defense against the most malicious malware sites. It can be activated in a matter of hours without an expensive forklift upgrade or complex reconfigurations of the network. For more information: www.threatstop.com.